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Statistical Methods for Environmental Pollution Monitoring
Statistical Methods for Environmental Pollution Monitoring

Author: Richard O. Gilbert

ISBN: 9780471288787

Documents: 5

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  • 2008_02_12_Notes
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    Course: AEM 4510
    School: Cornell

    UP FRONT, 2-12-08 Reading for next time: Perman et al. 165-181 (of which 165-177 is mostly background). Outline for Today 1) Rival, non-excludable goods: Tragedy of the commons, continued Externalities defined 2) 3)Efficient quantities of externa

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    Course: ECON 101
    School: Berkeley

    Chapter 5 Pollution Control under Heterogeneity Contents: Positive Externalities Polluter Heterogeneity and Markets for Pollution The Benefits of Pollution Trading Problems Associated with Pollution Permit Markets Choice of Pollution Taxes or Standar

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    Course: STAT 151
    School: University of Alberta

    CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1 What is Statistics? Questions to explore: 1. What is the population of Canada? What is the population of Alberta? Canada: 31,612,897, Alberta: 3,306, 359 (2006). Census (every member of the population counted). Also data c

  • 2008_04_29_Notes
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    Course: AEM 4510
    School: Cornell

    UP FRONT, 4-29-08 Exam May 15 2-4:30 PM, Warren room 131 Dan special office hours. I leave on May 10 to present our research on design changes that may be needed in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, at a power-system research meeting. o Who

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    Course: ISS 225
    School: Michigan State University

    ISS 225: Crit1 April 2005, p.1 What Markets Do Not Do Well - And Cannot Do Well I. Review of the properties of Perfectly Competitive Markets: A. Particular kinds of legal conditions 1. 2. Property rights, and other kinds of rights. Independent cou

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